Lawrence Technological University upgraded its wireless network with 802.11n WiFi arrays.
Aruba Networks has gone public with details about the next version of its AirWave wireless management platform, including increased functionality to manage mobile devices on a wireless network. The next release is expected in March 2010.
Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA has replaced its wireless networking gear with wireless access points (APs) from Meraki in a 150,000 square foot computer science building.
If you're hesitant to get an outside assessment of your security setup because of what it might uncover, the case of Meredith College proves that all it takes is finding the right partner for the job.
IT staff at Eastern Washington University in Cheney, WA are blaming a hacker who wanted to store and share video files on a computer network for creating a security breach that could potentially have affected up to 130,000 people.
Following a multi-year effort, Northwestern University in Illinois has deployed wireless gear throughout its residential housing and at other spots on two campuses.
Louisiana State University (LSU) has joined the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and Harvard University as the first institutions in the United States to enable eduroam, or education roaming.
Black Box, which sells communications and networking products, has released a new set of network access control (NAC) appliances.
The University of South Florida, with 47,000 students on four campuses, said it expects to collect $3.2 million in technology fees for the first semester in which the new annual assessment has been in place. For the year, the university said, it expects to bring in $6 million, which will be used to enhance institutional technology system-wide for students and faculty.
Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH recently completed a project to bring free WiFi to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE), which has 12 million visitors annually. The university worked on the initiative with OneCommunity, a non-profit organization that serves Northern Ohio by connecting public and nonprofit institutions to the region's fiber-optic network.